From rush hour traffic and working in cubicles to double-masking and triple-vaxxing, our lives are worlds away from where we were in February 2020. The reality is, many of our lives have been changed forever.

Here in Allegheny County, some renters are on shaky ground, COVID cases are dropping after a record-breaking spike and schools are grappling with how to educate students. Recent COVID surges have led to shortages at critical institutions.

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Jourdan is a senior community correspondent at PublicSource. Previously, Jourdan was engaged as a community-based educator in the Hazelwood section of the city. A lifelong Pittsburgh resident, she’s...

TyLisa C. Johnson is the Audience Engagement Editor at PublicSource. She’s passionate about telling compelling human stories that intersect with complex issues affecting marginalized groups. Before joining...